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let's get a live look at the eiffel tower, it's reopened and all lit fun the colors of the french flag as the search for those behind the attacks turned into an international manhunt. wmur's adam sexton begins our live team coverage tonight. reporter: just 72 hours out from the attacks and trance is busy taking steps to find those responsible and ensure it doesn't happen again. >> france is at war. reporter: french president hollande is vowing to extinguish terrorism in france and abroad following friday's massacre in paris. he's calling for a three-month state of emergency and changes to the frervelg justice system that will make it easier to detain and deport suspected terrorists. meantime, the french military continues air strikes against isis in syria and intensifies the man hubble for salah abdeslam, the suspect allegedly connected to the attacks who was briefly detained by police and then let go.
at the g20 summit in turkey, president obama is standing by earlier comments that isis is contained. president obama: folks want to pop off and have opinions about what they would do, present a specific plan. if they think that somehow their advisors are better than my joint chiefs of staff and the folks who are actually on the ground, i want to meet them. reporter: when it comes to the possibility of deploying large numbers of american troops, the president continues to say that would be a mistake. still, as isis promises more attacks against what it calls crusaders, secretary of state john kerry is ratcheting up the rhetoric. >> they are in fact psychopathic monsters, and there is nothing, nothing civilized about them. reporter: according to the associated press the official death toll from friday appears tacks stands now at 129. france's ambassador to the united states says 15 of the
identified. jennifer: men while, new hampshire's congressional delegation is reacting to the attacks in par and is while governor hassan and senator ayotte may be facing off in the senate race next year, nay do have some common ground when it comes to the u.s. response. josh mcelveen is here with this. josh: everyone we spoke with says their first thoughts are with the victims of this attack. but moving forward some feel the u.s. needs to rethink the president's plan allowing thousands of refugees from that region into this country. reporter: it was already a plan under scrutiny, but following the attacks of paris you can count senator ayotte among those who want the u.s. to halt acceptance of refugees from the region. >> unless we can get our government and our intelligence officials can get with 100% assurance that these individuals are not members or sympathizers with isis. josh: governor hassan says the state is working with the federal government to examine
homeland security procedures. >> our state safety officials are working with the federal homeland security people, the f.b.i. and our local officials to make sure that we are being as vigilant as possible. josh: senator shaheen stopped short of the call to halt the acceptance of refugees but spoke of the need tone hands screening, and says nato should take the statement step it did after 9/11. >> article 5 was invoked, an aattack on one of our am lies is an attack on all of us, so there are discussions about whether to invoke article 5. >> we're not in this alone, this invokes all the european nations, the gulf states, the have. let's make sure that we are keeping people safe. josh: obviously the attack in paris has led to plenty of reaction on the campaign trail, particularly in the area of accepting these refugees. republican candidates so far appear to be in agreement with halting the process, while
democratic governor o'malley says this is a time the u.s. should show moral leadership and do what it account to help those in need. clinton and sanders have yet to weigh in except to offer their thoughts for those impacted by the attacks. jennifer: we have around the clock coverage of the paris attacks on our website, wmur.com and our mobile app. there can you get all the latest information and sign up for breaking news alerts. tom: an emotional victim impact statement tonight from a conway woman who feels the carroll county court system failed her. jennifer: the woman spoke out in court as her ex-husband was sentenced after a plea agreement. jennifer crompton reports, the judge in this case also said in open court that he has concerns about justice in carroll county. 44-year-old anthony sorienti needed guilty to a misdemeanor charge of violating a protective order, in exchange for the county dropping all sexual assault charges against him in a
ex-wife, tiffany marto. >> i was afraid of being raped or strangled again and killed. reporter: she expressed outrage at the plea deal on what she called a lack of character and competency in the carol county attorney's office. >> i think it is natural for a victim to want to blame herself for her offender's behavior. i was essentially provided a list of reasons by the county attorney's office that reenforce my fear that this was all my fault. >> the victim described being yelled at by the prosecutors. they looked into the case, took a plea off the table and investigated and these months later put the same plea back on the table because it says the county attorney's office mishandled it so. >> the infighting, for lack of a better term, that occurred led us to this point where the repair.
reporter: the defense attorney says the problems in the prosecutor's office are not relevant. the facts don't change and there was not a single fact to support the notion that a sexual assault occurred. what do you say to victims of cases going forward in carol county? >> well, like i said, we are approaching this much differently, and we have experienced prosecutors working on these cases. reporter: the a.g.'s office has been helping. this county attorney arrived in january and says it's been a year of upheaval in positions that are difficult to fill. jennifer crompton, wmur news 9. tom: police say they are investigating a maine high school principal after accusation thanks he acted inappropriately with students here in new hampshire. don reiter worked at maseenic high school. according to a press release sent by waterville, maine police, a former student in new
hampshire reported that during her senior year she had an inappropriate relationship with him. she was 17 at the time. new ipswich police have asked that waterville, maine forward their reports for review. german autopsy is scheduled for tomorrow on a young childs who death is being called suspicious. authorities say state and local police were called to alexandria on friday for a report of an injured child. they spent part of a weekend at a house on fowler river road, but officials have not said where the child was injured or how he was hurt. officials do say this child was an 11-month-old boy, but they are releasing few details about what has happened. >> we're having an autopsy and once the autopsy results are made available, we'll provide information at that time. jennifer: official says they can't release further information because this is an ongoing investigation. tom: authorities are scheduled to release new information about a woman and three children whose
in the woods of allenstown, an adult woman and one child were found near bear brook state parkway back in 1985. two more children were found in the same area in the year 2000. investigators say all four were homicide victims, but nay haven't been able to identify any of them. over the years composite drawings have been made and tests done on the remains to try to generate new leads. coming up next, police release these new surveillance pictures of an armed rob riff a conway bank, as they search for this wig wearing suspect. jennifer: plus what we're learning about final moments before this plane crashed in new york, killing the pilot from rye who was the only one on board. mike: nice quiet pattern for now, how long it could continue until changes move in. and will he play again this
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tom: tonight conway police are searching for a wig-wearing bank robber. jennifer: investigators have released these surveillance pictures of an armed holdup on friday. they say the suspect here is a white man with a slim build, wearing a blond wig and sunglasses. also wearing what appeared to be dark colored ugg-type boots. he pointed the gun at the tellers and customers before leaving with cash. if you have any information, you are asked to call police. tom: we're learning new details about the plane crash that claimed the life of a rye businessman. brad mcgee was piloting the plane when it crashed near new york city earlier this month. shelley walcott has more. shelley: the preliminary report which was release today shows
trying to save his doomed flight. mcgee died when his plane crashed off the coast of new york, november 4th. he was traveling to portsmouth from philadelphia. the report says the plane's parachute was found separated from the rest of the plane, and was partially deployed. the ntsb report also quotes people who say they watched the plane descend. one person says that it entered the ocean nose down at a 45-degree angle, and shortly explosion. all major pieces of the plane have been recovered. and a final report is expected sometime next year. live in the newsroom, shelley walcott, wmur news 9. tom: sunny skies again today, pretty nice out there. mike: yes, temperatures well above average today. but we're going to get right back to what we call normal temperatures and that means a couple of very chilly nights on the way. we'll take a look at our once chance of rain this week. jennifer: did you catch that beautiful sun set last night? gorgeous, looked like the sky
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jennifer: at this point the new hampshire food bank has enough turkeys to meet the demand. that's the good news. but what they still need right now, all those fixings to make the meal complete. >> we've grown about 20% over the last year and we're looking for canned goods, self stable items to carry us through and provide the fixings for that holiday meal. jennifer: the food bank hopes to get enough donations to carry them straight through christmas and beyond. the early release of federal funds means people in new hampshire needing fuel assistance can get it now. the program helps families and seniors heat their homes during the winter months, and to qualify the income for a family of four cannot top 48,500. last year the program helped more than $35,000 households.
mike: nice monday weather wise. just a few scattered clouds up at the weirs. to the south, a lot of sunshine. take a look at where temperatures landed, well above average, low 50's in the lakes region, mid 50's in the upper valley. aapproaching 60 for a short time in manchester and nashua, all courtesy of a west to northwesterly wind, typically a dryer and warmer air flow for new hampshire. with the thicker cloud cover up north, much cooler. right now cooling back down into the 30's north and 40's elsewhere. we've had a busy wind out northwest and that wind will go very light tonight. it's teens far north and 20's to around 30 in manchester and along the coast. lower to mid 20's elsewhere, warmest in the lakes region right along the immediate lake shore. temperatures all over the place, nice and warm in the deep' south as you might expect. very cold in the west, some parts of the rockies in the
upper 20's and lower 30's. heavy snow hitting portions of the rockies as well. out west. that's where the snowy scenario will sit over the next couple days. eventually part of that storm will move off to the east and replies this one and eventually that will bring rain showers our thursday. so it's dry tonight, clear skies and light winds, allowing bit. lots of sunshine for your tuesday and more sun as we advance into the day on wednesday. notice the changes that follow. once we get into thursday afternoon, thicker cloud begin to produce rainfall, probably after the lunch time hours, still three days out. so timing could change a little bit. but best shot of showers will continue into thursday night into early on friday before that system pulls out of here. highs tomorrow will range from the mid to upper 40's north to the upper 40's far south, so cooler than today due to an on shore breeze. for tonight, mostly clear skies,
nice looking sunrise, then we've got sunshine again all day long as temperatures climb. but again not as warm as with a we had out there for today. for tonight, clear skies, winter chill, with clearing skies up north, it will dip back into the mid to upper teens great north woods through the white mountains. low to mid 20's in the lakes region. warmest along the lake shores. then clear skies and chilly over southern sections. for tomorrow, and again on wednesday, lots of sun. on average the normal high is 48, so we're right around there. thursday a little sun early, then clouds move in with showers in the afternoon, showers continue thursday night into early friday, then it will begin to dry up. once we get to the weekend looks like a nice quiet start on saturday. maybe a few flurries or couple of light snow showers may drift in as we cool below the average sunday into early next week. right now monday is looking like
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and gronk, the kicker often gets overlooked. but steven gostkowski was huge last night. his 54-yarder with one second to go lifts the pats over the giants 27-26 in the meadowlands. so fate move to 9-0, undefeat through the season, along with the carolina panthers and the bengals look to stay perfect as they host the texans. julian edelman has a chance to return for the playoffs. edelman broke a bone in his foot after his 61st catch of the season and was to have surgery today, he suffered the same injury that cost des bryant six weeks for the cowboys. assuming the patriots get a first round boi there, they are nine weeks until they would host a playoff game. >> we want to give our players credit, they made a lot of great plays. they gave us all we could handle, but it's good to come down here and win.
ready to play at the houston rockets, 8:00 tip time. celtics won last night, a victory at oklahoma city. boston is 5-4 on the young season. this week we'll check in with the six high school football teams that will be playing for the championships on saturday. interlakes moultonborough went on the road and took down winnesquam. they're in the title game and they will face newport. >> you try to make it another football game, it's championship, stakes are really high, it is u.n.h., stadium type thing which a lot of these guys vrnlt experienced. we treat it like any other game and work just as hard for it. >> i felt like in the beginning a lot of people were playing for themselves where as now we're playing altogether as one and that makes a huge difference. >> i definitely expect a really intense team, both teams definitely want a championship win, so it will be very intense, very emotional for both teams. jamie: now, the college football
rankings, u.n.h. trying to make into it the playoffs for the 12th straight year. if you factor in the from votes they got, they would be 36th in the country, so they still have some work to do. but if they beat nebraska weekend they should be in the proofs. dartmouth, just one loss on the country. tom: right now on wmur.com as the weather turns colder you'll be turning the heat on more, we've put together some ways to save on your heating bill. jennifer: and we're touring a lakefront home in newbury for mansion monday, check out the $2.9 million house with the perfect porch for taking in those spectacular views. tom: we'll see you back here tonight right after "castle." jennifer: good night. [captioning performed by the national captioning institute, which is responsible for its
i owe about $68,000. i owe $44,000 in student loans. my plan, the new college compact, says you should not have to borrow money to pay tuition if you go to a public college or university. and you ought to be able to refinance student debt. and i don't believe the federal making a profit off of lending to young people who are borrowing to be able to